Temperatures boost just a touch today under clearer and drier skies than seen earlier in the week.  Highs will primarily peak in the 30's with Casper, Cheyenne and Buffalo feeling temperatures nearing the low 40's.  Roadways will again be seen as slick during the morning before warming afternoon temperatures help to improve conditions.

TONIGHT:  Cold evening lows falling into the teens will feel even colder along with brisk winds picking up into the evening.  Skies will be seen as partly cloudy with dry conditions holding through the evening.

THURSDAY:  Not much change as far as temperatures go with highs again peaking in the 30's.  Skies will remain primarily dry and sunny resulting in travel conditions further improving as we approach the weekend.

LOOKING AHEAD: Weekend weather will bring more dry and sunny skies, certainly great news for holiday travelers embarking onto area roadways for the weekend before Christmas.  Winter will officially kick off on Sunday with the winter solstice and temperatures back up into the forties.

John Shrable
Updated: 8:45 AM